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needle felted finger puppet fairies video tutorial
Welcome to Needle Felted Finger Puppet Fairies Video Tutorial from Felt Alive!  Felt along with me and I’ll teach you how to transform wool into these wee little ones that flutter on your fingertips!
Needle Felting is truly an amazing craft. It’s relaxing, meditative, therapeutic, peaceful, magical and a bit mysterious. The wool is fun to sculpt and very forgiving of ‘mistakes’.
Spend a couple of hours with me at my felting pad and I’ll take the mystery out of this fun, new craft! I’ll teach you, step-by-step and poke-by-poke, my secrets of bringing wool to life.
The moment the wool smiles and blushes you’ll be hooked on needle felting forever!  I hope you have fun learning how to make needle felted finger puppet fairies!

Needle Felted Finger Puppet Fairies Video Tutorial

Fun & Easy for All Skill Levels


needle felted finger puppet fairies video tutorialMaterials and Supplies

(we carry the linked products – the other items can be easily found online)

.25 oz  skin colored wool batting
.25 oz wool batting for her dress
6″ x 6″ Sheets Merino Prefelt or wool batting for wings
Wool for Details – small amounts of pink, brown and white + needle felting stick
Fiber For Hair – wool yarn, curly wool locks or merino roving
Felt Alive Felting Needles
1 Single & 1 Double Point Yellow 40t, 1 Single Black 36t & 1 Single Blue 40star
1 Foam Felting Pad


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this video tutorial is FREE to watch – no registration, no log-in and no ads 🙂  Enjoy!

Thanks for watching my video! I hope you had fun felting along with me and that you learned lots of helpful needle felting tips and tricks.

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Your Friend in Needle Felting ~Kay Petal


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